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T.G.I. Friday's Dragonfire Chicken Recipe
T.G.I. Friday's Dragonfire Chicken
By Todd Wilbur

Recipe Type: Entree
Calories: 520
Cook Time: 2 hours 25 minutes
Recipe Rating: 5.0 (13 reviews)

Menu Description: "Marinated chicken breast topped with fiery Kung Pow sauce, mandarin oranges and pineapple pico de gallo."

This Friday's low-fat creation does not skimp on flavor. A marinade, a spicy sauce, and a fresh salsa all pitch in for some big-time taste bud stimulation. Sprinkle mandarin orange sections over the top if you've got em, and you will completely re-create the look and taste of this healthy entree clone.

Source: "Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 3" by Todd Wilbur.

1/2 cup olive oil
Submitted on: 12/05/08
Excellent flavors my husband said best he has ever had! Just make sure you plan ahead to leave enough time for marinade.
Submitted on: 01/21/08
This recipe was by far the best meal I've ever made. My husband LOVED it so much. He told EVERYONE about it. I haven't made it for a few months and he is still talking about it!
Cat at K&C  
Submitted on: 07/18/07
This recipe was GREAT! I made it mild because I didn't know how spicy it would be, so the next time I'd kick it up a notch! Sauce was so good, my husband saved it to use as a dipping sauce! I HIGHLY recommend this one!
Submitted on: 05/31/07
This was GREAT! I used Hot Chinese Chili sauce instead of regular chili sauce for a extra zip! Next time I will double the Pdg. I used the sauce on grilled beef kabobs and was wonderful.
Barb D  
Submitted on: 04/23/07
This was awesome! I have not ordered this at TGIF's but I will if I go. I'd rather make it myself. Next time I'll make extra for leftovers it was that good. Be sure to wear gloves if you cut & clean fresh jalepeno's. Thank you!
S. Broughman  
Submitted on: 04/22/07
Fantastic! Best chicken I've had in a long time. I used the leftover pico de gallo the next day with some seared tuna steaks. Excellent!
Judy Maynard  
Submitted on: 04/22/07
The chicken is outstanding all by its self. I Served the chicken over a large bed of spring greens tossed with a dressing of mild sesame oil, a dash of dark sesame oil, seasoned rice vinegar, pinch of sugar and salt and added a toss of toasted slivered almonds. Heaped the PdG on the side of the salad, added the mandarin oranges and poured the KP sauce over all. Fabulous!
Submitted on: 04/22/07
I'd never had this before either. It is like a flavor party in your mouth. Scrumptious! Thumbs up from everybody. I doubled the recipe.
t bailey  
Submitted on: 04/18/07
I love the taste! Wow it is hard for me to make anything that is a little different but this was so easy. Also i just wanted to say that I look forward to your recipes. and thank you
J. Smith  
Submitted on: 04/18/07
I LOVE this dish! I've been making it at home ever since it made it's debut at TGIF's. I'm glad to have the marinade recipe~I made the pineapple pico de gallo on my own and it is almost the same as yours. Thanks for this one!
R Ferguson  
Submitted on: 04/17/07
Never had this at TGIF, but thought we'd give it a try. It was a thumbs up from the whole family! I doubled the recipe (except the jalapenos and chili sauce) for six chicken and there was plenty. My family suggested we try it next time with salmon! This is a great recipe!
Doris Lee  
Submitted on: 04/17/07
Robyn Rose  
Submitted on: 04/16/07
I have never had this before, but it sounded great. I ran home during my coffee break to start the marinate in time to have it for lunch. DEElishish!! I thought the sauce was a little thin, but it thickened as it cooled.